Stories with 'things to do' tag

Broadcasting live from Ballard’s Mox Boarding House

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Ballard THE PLACE: Mox Boarding House is a board game store and cafe founded in 2011 by two brothers. They have locations in Bellevue, Ballard and plan to open in Portland soon. Mox offers more than 600 games for people to play in the store. THE STORY: When you meet Michael Tessier, the […]

/ March 26, 2019

A space for makers in South Lake Union

WHO: Jeremy Hanson (Maker/Founder) and Joy Gerhard (Designer/Founder) of Seattle Makers. THE STORY: Seattle Makers can be a little tough to find — tucked between Glazers Camera Rentals and the new 99 tunnel. But once you’ve climbed the stairs and stepped inside, the maker space can be even more difficult to leave. Jeremy was working a […]

/ February 28, 2019

Neit/her He nor They/r

MAP Theatre and Midnight Rice Productions team up to present … MAPs Night Off:  Neit/her He nor They/r Neit/her He nor They/r is the Seattle iteration of the “Non-Binary Monologue Project”, conceived by formerly-local artist K. Woodzick. Emerging non-binary artist Evan Price curates & directs the Seattle show, which features a full cast of trans, non-binary, and gender […]

/ April 15, 2018

Bon Voyage 2017 at Alderbrook Resort

Ring in the New Year aboard the resort’s yacht, the Lady Alderbrook, with a decadent party, bites paired with drinks, music, dancing and a champagne toast during the midnight fireworks show. The party will start out on the Lady Alderbrook, which will sail down to the Union City Market. Just before midnight, the Lady Alderbrook […]

/ October 23, 2017

United Way’s Day of Caring: Help provide shoes to those without homes

Look down. What’s on your feet? Running shoes? Oxfords? Birkenstocks? Unfortunately, not everyone in Seattle has the luxury of proper footwear. That’s where you can make a difference as an Emerging Leader. On Saturday, September 9, you can roll up your sleeves alongside 100 other young professionals to do good, network, and celebrate. United Way Emerging […]

/ September 8, 2017

Meet the Seattleite who runs an escape room out of his apartment

Sam Tisdale went to his first escape room last year. His thoughts? Cool, but he could do it better. So, he went to work transforming his two-bedroom apartment.

/ August 9, 2017

Here are 12 things to do in Seattle this week

It’s January 23 and here are 12 things to check out in Seattle this week, like Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations and joining an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record.

/ January 23, 2017